Fried Gadadoos, a favourite winter dish of Indore
In a chilly winter evening, a plate of fried gadadoo with a dash of lemon and spices the residents of Indore do not ask for more.india Updated: Jan 07, 2006 14:40 IST
In a chilly winter evening, a plate of fried gadadoo with a dash of lemon and spices the residents of Indore do not ask for more.
Gadadoo, a kind potato like tuber crop finds a special place among the food lovers of Madhya Pradesh.
Available mostly in the winters, gadadoo is loved by young and old alike.
"This is very good during the winters and it is good for health. It is fried and served with masalas, it is loved by everybody, as it keeps the body warm," said Kamal Patidar, a customer while relishing a plate of fried gadadoos.
Businessmen dealing in gadadoos say they make good money as it can be prepared in a number of ways.
"This is prepared in two ways, it can be fried and made into a dish with gravy," said Jain.
Cultivated only in the black soil of Malwa Plateau, the tuber is also exported to other states like Delhi, Haryana, Punjab